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    Pool pad

    I have some thick black mats that were used for horse stalls. Can those pads be used under my 16' pool for pad if seemed together with gorilla tape?

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    Re: Pool pad

    Absolutely. Make sure they are clean and dry and gorilla tape away. Triple tape all the seams. You'll be so glad you did it. I used foam panels and love the smooth bottom. And those would definitely hold up just fine since they hold up to the horses weight and hooves.

    24'x52" Artesian w/ Portifino liner - Hayward 1hp powerflo matrix w/24" sand filter - AquaTrol RJ SWG. Solar heating to come. -

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    Re: Pool pad

    Thank you for your response, from what I have read a good smooth level bottom seems to be key.

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    Re: Pool pad

    Yes a level bottom is great. But actually the most important part is that the paver blocks placed under each leg aren't more than 1 inch out-of level with each other all the way around.

    24'x52" Artesian w/ Portifino liner - Hayward 1hp powerflo matrix w/24" sand filter - AquaTrol RJ SWG. Solar heating to come. -

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